Virtual Office Space

Virtual Offices

Most virtual offices have the right location, but getting the actual office details right can be a challenge.

Here’s a checklist you can use




Public transport like metros and cabs

By freeways or expressways

Work Area Allocated




Plug points


Space for colleague in case of necessity

Conference Room

No of conference rooms in the office

Seating capacity

Closed area for one to one meetings

Presentation facilities

Lease Time

6 monthly


Long Term


Option to choose from plans

Other Facilities

Adequate Parking

Reception Area

Live Receptionist

Virtual Live Answering


Off hours

The above table just lists the basic checklist. You will need to select a virtual office that is suitable for your needs. For example if you require a one-to-one meetings with

clients  or need to have a colleague over for consultation often, your preference should be for closed area offices.

Similarly, if you need to give presentations to teams the conference room ambience, seating arrangements and facilities matter.

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About Jim Jacques

Jim Jacques is the President of United Virtual Office, a leading nationwide provider of virtual offices for entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses. A virtual office includes an address at a prestigious business location in the US, live virtual receptionist, courier services and more. Google +

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